If you were at I/ITSEC you may have probably encountered some companies showing their technology partially built with Ryan Aerospace’s products.
The company has been awarded a series of contracts as part of the USAF “Pilot Training Transformation” program.
The company will bring its latest product to the event in Cologne.
The sim will be a at the Centre for Aviation on several projects.
The Swiss company, which uses a sim based on Aerofly FS2, is bringing VR training for the H125 to the US.
If you are a fan of the Cowan Simulation B222 (and, let’s be honest, if you own it, you have to be a fan of Joshua Cowan’s amazing work) and you are also a VR user, rejoice. Flying in the rain just became that much scary.
The award-winning manufacturer from Australia is upping the game in the professional market.
Nothing beats taking up the virtual skies in Virtual Reality. But the sensation of doing it in a helicopter? Unbelievable.
Jeff Tucker, a former OH-58 and now a CH-47 pilot is a newcomer to VR. In this article he talks about his experience with virtual reality.